A TASTE OF
think you need to apply for a passport
to taste the food of the world? Think
again. If you live in New Jersey, global
culinary delights await you in neighborhoods throughout the state.
Maybe you’d like to try doro wat, the
spicy chicken stew of Ethiopia. That’s
among the specialties at Dashen in
New Brunswick. Perhaps you favor
feijoada, a Brazilian meat stew offered
at Samba in Montclair. Hooked on
momos? The Himalayan dumplings
are served, still smoking, in a cast-iron
dish at Mount Masala in Voorhees.
How about tucking into an order of
Imam bayildi (Lebanese eggplant and
tomato ragù) at Rose’s Place in Fairlawn
and Englewood? Or the ghormeh sabzi
(a Persian herb, bean and dried lime
stew) at Seven Valleys in Hoboken? For
dessert, you might have a hankering for
halo-halo, the purple-yam ice cream
from the Philippines that’s dished out at
Max’s in Bloomfield and Jersey City and
Manila Café in Mount Laurel.
All of these dishes and more make
New Jersey a cornucopia of the world’s
foods. In this issue, we offer some of our
favorite places for global eating, as well
as a sampling of the markets around the
state that allow you to bring global food
into your own home.
the effort to legalize recreational
marijuana in New Jersey hit a pothole
in March, when Governor Phil Murphy
and fellow Democratic leaders in Trenton failed to muster the votes to pass
legislation. While legalization seems inevitable, there’s no reason to be rushed
into this seismic shift by politicians
seeking tax revenues or business interests seeking profits. All of that will come
in time. For now, New Jersey needs to
look closely at the public safety and social justice issues raised by legislators
of both parties who refused to support
the governor’s legislation. In this issue,
we examine what New Jersey’s weed
market might look like upon legalization. It’s up to Trenton to make sure we
get it right.
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